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January-February 2009

Patinoar olimpic la Braşov
Olympic Skating Rink
Pattinatoio olimpico
150 de ani de la Unirea Principatelor
The Little Union
La Petite Union
La Piccola Unione
Delegaţie italiană la Prefectură
Investments & Culture
Investissements et Culture
Investimenti & Cultura
Floarea Reginei
The Queen?s Flower
La Fleur de la Reine
Il Fiore della Regina
Constantin Brâncuşi Fotograf
Brancusi Photographer
Brancusi photographe
Brancusi Fotografo
ARO PALACE ? Vinuri de 5 stele
Five stars wines
Vins de cinq étoiles
Fosnic la Cuciulata
Fosnic
Fosnic
Fosnic
Boboteaza ? sfinţirea apelor
The Epiphany
L'Epiphanie
L'Epifania
Spiritualitate şi artă la Codlea
Titans of Codlea
Titans de Codlea
I Titani di Codlea
?Destinaţie Turistică de Excelenţă?
Historical Corridor
Couloir Historique
Corridoio storico
Salba cu istorie de la Homorod
The Bacon?s Tower
La Tour du Lard
La Torre del Lardo
Muzeul Etnografic ?Gheorghe Cernea? din Rupea
The rural world of Rupea
Le monde rural de Rupea
Il mondo rurale di Rupea
Vama Buzăului şi ?Valea Zimbrilor?
The Aurochs Valley
La Vallée d'Aurochs
La Valle degli Uri
Predealul de la sport extrem la schi
Extreme Predeal
Predeal extrême
Predeal estremo

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The Little Union




     

The County Council Brasov, through the County Centre for the Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture, in partnership with Brasov Town hall and the Prefecture organized on January 24 an impressive ceremony meant to mark 150 years since the Union of Romanian Principalities.

The Union Round

The event traditionally begins at Brasov with the students' march toward the historical centre of Brasov. Members of the famous Juni bands - a prestigious remnant of the community living once in the medieval Brasov ? along with many inhabitants danced the Union Round in the historical market. In the evening, Juni invited everybody to their traditional Union Ball.

Prince Cuza

After the Crimean War (1853 - 1856) the external situation looked favourable to the Unification of Moldava and Walachia. Russia?s defeat and the political hegemony of France offered a favourable context to the project. Napoleon III, emperor of the French, wanted an oriental bastion to counterbalance the Russian expansion. The Romanian Principalities Union took place in mid-nineteenth century and represents the unification of Moldova and Walachia under the reign of Alexandru Ioan Cuza, elected prince of both principalities at 5 January 1859 in Moldova and at 24 January 1859 in Wallachia.






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